Tag Archives: graphics

Classmate PC as a One-to-One Learning Tool

One-to-One learning, where every kid in a classroom has a computer that can interact with a teacher, although rewarding, is a complicated classroom model to implement. Lots of elements must come together to make this a successful transformation for both … Read more >

Portland Youth Experience WiMAX “Outside the Walls”

The “Digital Divide” as we understand it doesn’t just exist in rural or third-world countries. The possibility to bridge this Divide can be realized in our own backyard, and WiMAX wireless Internet broadband here in Portland is helping us reach that potential. … Read more >

From Pentium Pro to Nehalem: The Story of Transformation

Today, at our headquarters in the heart of Silicon Valley, we launched the most important Intel server product since 1995′s Intel® Pentium® Pro processor. In 1995, fewer than 750Ku servers based on Intel architecture were sold, representing only 10 percent … Read more >

A Peek Inside Dan’s Press Sample Cabinet

As the guy with the “keys to the sample cabinet” for all worldwide Intel press review samples, my email Inbox is pretty jumpin’. I wanted to share a few of my favorite stories and experiences as well as provide a … Read more >

Doing something amazing with your Intel processor? Tell Intel and Win Big!

Calling all innovators, educators, entertainers, communicators and creators – or anyone with a story to tell about their processor! Intel kicked off a cool contest today inviting creative people to tell their story about how they are using an Intel … Read more >